Player of the Week: September 30, 2013

Each Monday during the indoor and beach seasons, one player originally reported as a recruit by AVSR Global is named Player of the Week for an exceptional performance.

Week #6: Monica Corrujedo

University of Denver
Freshman, Outside Hitter
Home: Dual citizen of Mexico and the USA.
Reported by AVSR Global in 2012.
See Monica Corrujedo’s bio at the University of Denver web site.

Last Week’s Action:

• Corrujedo sparkled as Denver took charge of the Summit League, its new home this year.
• The Pioneers beat Fort Wayne and IUPUI, the league’s top two teams last fall. Corrujedo scored 23 kills at .246 efficiency and picked up 22 digs.
• Corrujedo already is Denver's leading passer-hitter in only her freshman season.

Excerpt from 2012 AVSR Global report:

“Can play LH or RH for a Top 60 Division I team. … Highlights are an explosive arm swing and a lively, powerful body in the air. … Has trained with Mexico’s Youth National Team.”

Other Notables Last Week:

Marie Reiterova

University of Central Florida, Junior, Setter.
Home: Luxembourg.
Led UCF over arch-rival South Florida 3-0, scoring a swift 42 assists and 16 digs.

Gaby Nieto Gomez

Midland College (Texas), Sophomore, Middle Blocker.
Home: Zapopan, Mexico.
The reigning MVP of the WJCAC league drilled 17 kills at .571 efficiency in a key win.

Andrea Tauai

Hillsborough Community College (Florida), Sophomore, Outside Hitter.
Home: Greerton, New Zealand.
Sizzled again for the nation's third-ranked NJCAA team, scoring 57 kills at .395 efficiency.